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$380 million Monaco penthouse

By Brian Pho


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Monaco has become , across time, synonymous to opulence, richness, luxury and exquisiteness, and so are the residential facilities throughout this miniature European state. The world’s elite, alongside the most renowned stars ever, have been choosing it as residential destination or just for their holidays, therefore Monaco has become one of the most famous places in the world.

With luxury and opulence comes price, thus this small country boasts the most expensive properties per square meter. The penthouse we’ve featured here will reportedly be listed for sale during 2014, integrated part of the 170-meter tall Odeon Tower – the future second tallest building on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea.

This residential assembly will boast twin towers with 70 luxury apartments, each of them including 6 bedrooms. The cherry on the cake though is a 3,300 square meter multi-story penthouse replete with private water slide and exclusive infinity pool. Officials estimate the value of this staggering penthouse at $388 million – this easily makes it the most expensive penthouse in the world.

Such an impressive project comes fit with famous, strong names like architect Alexander Giraldi, spearhead of the project, landscape architect Jean Mus as grounds designer and the Alberto Pinto agency, responsible for the interiors. These people promise a stunningly delightful appearance, as every apartment in the Odeon Tower will boast floor-to-ceiling windows and private terraces with breathtaking views over the Monaco, Ligurian Sea and Larvotto beach.

Some of the details, which will probably make you drool, follow – private chauffeured limousines, cinema, swimming pools, private spas, full-time concierge and Russian and Turkish saunas. To say the least, the construction has begun in 2009 and will reportedly meet completion by July 2014.


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About Brian Pho

Brian is a freelance writer and journalist with a passion for technology, gadgets and home innovations, a love for travel and a keen interest in anything that moves, whether it's cars, planes or yachts. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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